Phone virus spreads through Scandinavian company

Thursday, 1 September 2005, 12:10 PM EST

A mobile phone virus recently hit a small company in Scandinavia and spread from one handset to another, according to F-Secure.

It was the first instance F-Secure has seen of a mobile virus making serious headway into an enterprise after showing up on an employee's phone, said Ero Carrera, an antivirus researcher at F-Secure, which is based in Helsinki, Finland. The outbreak lasted about a day.

By Stephen Lawson at InfoWorld.

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